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Ways to Experience Miami on a Budget

19. januar 2020
Living in or visiting Miami can empty out your pockets rapidly. Though Southern Florida is utterly gorgeous and will give you an endless supply of excitement, most of the activities you find in the glittering city of Miami come with a heart-stopping price tag. Luckily, if you are looking for budget-friendly activities, Flyavel has you covered! We have gone undercover to check out the best free activities in Miami so you can have the ultimate experience—on a budget.

First, get yourself a Go Miami Card. This card will grant you amazing discounts. If you enjoy free admission and unlimited admissions to major attractions anywhere, we at Flyavel know you will fall in love with this amazing deal!

Hit the Beaches & National Parks

For those who want to soak up the Florida sun, then you will love knowing that Miami is dotted with free-access beaches. Be sure to head to Haulover Park, Surfside, Lummus Park Beach, and South Pointe Park. All of these beaches have stunning waves and vibrant, colorful culture abound.
Want to walk around or hike instead? If you don't necessarily want wildlife, then the Bayfront Park and Bayside Marketplace are two places that feature concerts, memorials, and other unique activities to enjoy. For those who want to get up close with Florida wildlife and mangrove alcoves, head to Biscayne National Park. Another national park you shouldn't miss is the Everglades National Park.

Walk the Art Deco District

Free walking tours? Flyavel approves! You can find a number of guides in the Art Deco District near South Beach. In case you are unaware, the Art Deco District is a movie-like atmosphere full of flashing lights, palm trees, gorgeous faces and dazzling architecture. You are going to want to go at night to get the full effect.

Holocaust Memorial Museum

The Holocaust Memorial is free for everyone. The grounds are artistic, sobering, and breathtaking throughout the year. You can walk around at your own leisure, taking in the ambiance of this hallowed ground. Be sure to bring a camera, because the structures at this free museum are worth a couple of snaps.

Little Havana & Little Haiti

You might be aware, but Miami is an international hub, full of Cuban and Haitian culture. First, indulge in Hispanic culture and atmosphere in Little Havana. There's food, music, monuments and street art, like the Calle Ocho Walk of Fame. Also, the last Friday of every month is a free cultural night that overtakes the neighborhood. Be sure to get involved. You won't regret it.
Next, there's Little Haiti, where Afro-Caribbean culture can be experienced by the masses. The Cultural Center features an art gallery, theater, art and dance studios, and dozens of performances throughout the year. You can even take capoeira, yoga, and language classes here.

Final Thoughts

There is a lot to see and do in Miami. You will never be bored. But, you might just run out of money if you don't budget yourself appropriately. We at Flyavel hope that you enjoy these tips for getting the most out of Miami. Don't forget to book the cheapest flights to Miami available. After that, all you need to do is have fun in the Sunshine State!

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